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Strawberry 'Earli Glow'
Our Price: $3.00
Strawberry 'Eversweet'
Our Price: $3.00
Grape 'Concord Seedless'
Our Price: $15.00
Glossy red fruit on June-bearing strawberry plants will produce in our area for two to three weeks in early summer. Plant with 'Eversweet' to extend strawberry season. Order 18 plants and get 25% off!
Glossy red, long-necked fruit, Ozark beauty has a very mild, sweet flavor. Very productive everbearing variety will bear fruit in late spring and again in fall. Plant with June-bearing 'Earli Glow' to extend fruit season. Order 18 plants and get 25% off! Blue-black, seedless berries in compact clusters. Vigorous, hardy vine. Fruit useful for fresh eating, pies, jelly and jams. Also used to produce America's original dessert wine, Concord is famous for its deep purple color and classic sweetness. Concord's intense fruity flavor is perfect as an after-dinner sipping wine.
'Pixwell' gooseberry
Our Price: $15.00
Blackberry 'Triple Crown'
Our Price: $15.00
Blackberry 'Apache'
Our Price: $15.00
Medium, pale green becoming pink when ripe. Fruit borne on long pedicels with few thorns. Unpicked, ripe fruit will keep up to a week. Great for all culinary purposes. Thornless. Grows 5-6' in height. This variety is a semi erect type plant, bears very heavy, large fruit with excellant flavor. A more wind resistant variety, its canes do not brake at base like some varieties. Fruit is borne on two-year old canes. Prune out fruit bearing canes after fruiting, being careful not to cut new canes (next year's fruiting canes). Thornless blackberry that is erect and self-supporting. Glossy black berries, sweeter and firmer than some other thornless varieties, with smaller seed size. Also very winter hardy. Requires little maintenance—no wires or trellis needed.
Blueberry 'Bluecrop'
Our Price: $15.00
Blueberry 'Blueray'
Our Price: $15.00
Blueberry ''Patriot'
Our Price: $15.00
Considered the best all around variety for adaptability, consistent yields, high quality fruit and disease resistance. Bluecrop is perhaps the most widely planted variety in the U.S. Large, high quality fruit ripening mid-season. Plants grow 4-6' tall in an upright, open growth habit. An old favorite and a versatile variety, Blueray performs particularly well in areas with hot summers or very cold winters, and produces high quality berries with outstanding dessert flavor. The rosy pink flowers turn bright white when in full bloom burgundy foliage in fall. Upright growing habit to 5' high. Plant at least two varieties for pollinating — all three is better! Selected for home gardeners who desire a cold-hardy variety with consistent crops. Patriot’s low growing bush reflects its partial lowbush parentage. It is adaptable to many soil types and makes an excellent landscape variety with its showy white blooms in the spring, dark green summer foliage, and fiery orange-red fall foliage. Large, tangy fruit, ripening early season. Plants grow 3-4' high in an open, spreading growth habit.
Raspberry 'Heritage' red
Our Price: $15.00
Currant 'Red Lake'
Our Price: $15.00
Raspberry 'Reveille' red
Our Price: $15.00
This everbearing variety bears fruit the first year. Produces light crop in spring, and a heavy crop in fall. Outstanding variety with clusters of bright red berries of good quality. Vigorous, disease resistant and cold hardy. Semi-erect, compact, mounding, deciduous shrub grows 3-5' tall. Clusters of greenish-yellow flowers bloom in spring are noticeable but not  ornamental. Flowers give way to long hanging clusters of bright red fruits ripening in July. Foliage is aromatic when crushed. Red currants, although tart, may be eaten ripe off the shrub, but are more often harvested for jams, jellies and pies. An early season variety, that bears heavy crops of large fruit. Berries do not crumble when picked. Very tolerate of fluctuating temperatures,and very winter hardy.
Raspberry 'Nova' red
Our Price: $15.00
Grape 'Jupiter'
Our Price: $15.00
This everbearing variety produces golden yellow raspberries that are sweet as sugar. Great for freezing. Grows well in the midwest. Almost thornless, this raspberry produces bright red berries early in the season. Slightly tart flavor perfect for jams, preserves or eating right off the plant. Large, reddish-blue, seedless grapes have a mild, sweet flavor. Vines are hardy
and disease resistant, and fruit resists cracking. Ripens late August.
Grape 'Reliance'
Our Price: $15.00
Grape 'Mars'
Our Price: $15.00
Grape 'Niagara'
Our Price: $15.00
Pink seedless grapes are excellent for jellies and juices, and also fresh eating. Hardy and vigorous growing vines ripen midseason. Blue, medium-sized fruit grows in compact clusters. Has flavorful, medium-sized berries. Vines are resistant to powdery mildew and black rot. Ripens 3 weeks before Concord! 'Niagara' is a seedless American grape producing clusters of white seedless grapes which ripen in midseason (early September in USDA Zone 5). Considered to be a good grape for wine, fresh eating, juice or jellies.
'York' offers the largest berries of any cultivated variety. Great source of vitamin C. Gruit makes wonderful pie, juice, jelly and wine. Vigorous and hardy plants produce showy white flowers in summer and colorful fall foliage. One of the easiest of berries to grow, plants grow large—allow for 6 feet of width and plan for am 8 to 10' tall plant! Excellent for the wildlife garden as well.
Click for USDA Plants Database distribution map/additional images of this native species USDA, NRCS. 2014. The PLANTS Database (http://plants.usda.gov, 28 December 2014). National Plant Data Team, Greensboro, NC 27401-4901 USA.
   
 
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